Get the latest Illinois News from News Break - the most trusted content distributor with deep interests.
Illinois museum exhibit honors 4 US presidents
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield is preparing to unveil a new exhibit on four U.S. presidents with ties to Illinois. It'll explore what they had in common and how their time in the state affected their lives. The State Journal-Register reports that the exhibit "Fro
Former campaign worker suing Illinois Democratic party
CHICAGO (AP) - A former campaign consultant for Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan is suing his political committee and the state Democratic party, alleging that reporting a top lieutenant for sexual harassment hindered her from advancing in the speaker's organization. Alaina Hampton filed the l
Illinois ' Farmland Nutrient Balance Gap Widens
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, March 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - As Illinois farmers continue to enjoy record yields, researchers are warning that nutrient removal is now outpacing nutrient application, a trend which could soon hit growers' bottom lines. These are the findings of an exclusive eKonomics nutrie
Illinois governor narrowly survives tight primary
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) has lived to fight another day after winning a surprisingly close GOP primary ahead of what is almost certain to be a difficult reelection bid in November. Rauner held off conservative state Rep. Jeanne Ives (R) by a slim margin on Tuesday, despite outspending her on t
2018 Illinois primary election results
ROCK ISLAND - Sheriff Gerry Bustos overwhelmingly defeated former Sheriff Jeff Boyd in the Democratic primary election on Tuesday, capturing 80.4 percent of the vote, to 19.5 percent for Mr. Boyd. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Sheriff Bustos earned 8,735 votes to 2,126 votes for Mr. Boyd.
Event : Southern Illinois Center Micro 's - Outlaw Karts
by Heidi Jones Du Quoin, IL 62832 Du Quoin, IL62832 Start : 2018-03-17T08:00:00-05:00 End : 2018-03-17T22:00:00-05:00 Description...
Companies Want Out of Illinois
State politicians love to claim their state is best at something. Load Error In Illinois, that's not likely to happen anytime soon, as the state enjoys the ignominious ranking of being No. 1 in outbound moves, according to surveys by two major moving companies. It's not hard to see how the Land of L
Editorials from around Illinois
Illinois manufacturers say they will have at least 27,000 quality jobs available each year for the next five years. What they need now are enough workers with the skills to fill those jobs. Jim Nelson, vice president of the Illinois Manufacturers Association, echoed a call for willing, well-trained